Ways to Make Your Neighborhood Pet Friendly

In the U.S., statics from the American Veterinary Medical Association show that 38.4 percent of Americans have at least one dog, accounting for 48,255,314 households. The majority of those households are in city and urban environments and there are numerous ways in which you can make your neighborhood pet friendly. Pets Welcome Where applicable, businesses…

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Evidence Shows Pet Waste Stations Keep Communities Cleaner

South Florida is one of the areas of the country that have enacted laws and ordinances prohibiting people from leaving their dog’s feces where they’re dropped. Lawmakers understand that pet waste pollutes soil, waterways and has the potential to spread disease and parasites to people and other pets. Approximately 60 percent of dog owners pick…

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5 Signs that your Neighborhood is Pet Friendly

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If you’re considering moving to a new neighborhood and have a dog, there are some signs you should be looking for that will tell you if the area is friendly to canines. You want to feel comfortable when you walk your dog and not have any problems with new neighbors. Don’t forget your pet’s needs…

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Neighborhood Pet Stations Help Keep Yards Clean

No one can predict where their canine will decide to relieve themselves and dogs tend to defecate in the same places – even if that happens to be a neighbor’s yard. It can add up to a particularly noxious problem if it’s not immediately cleaned up. Neighborhood pet stations help keep yards clean, aid in…

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